While it may be one of the most famous statues in Kansas City, I found it awfully hard to get to The Scout partially hidden by a large tree at the end of a closed road in a run-down part of Penn Valley Park.  But once I tracked the award-winning, ten foot tall statue down, […]

This sculpture can be found in the Children’s Garden at the Overland Park Arboretum.  I love that the sprinklers were running when I was there, adding plenty of moisture into the shot of a boy setting sail to his toy boat and inserting a rainbow into the background. I have two versions of the shot […]

I love the way this sculpture, located in Ironwoods Park in Leawood not too far from the Oxford School House, is set on slabs of native stone with prairie grasses and wildflowers in the background.  I’m sure it’s much more picturesque in the spring, or any summer not fighting an aggressive drought, but I found it […]

Where Nichols Road and Wyandotte Street come to a “T” is this marble statue of Ruth from the Old Testament. You Might Also Enjoy: Sculptures of Kansas City Sculptures of Kansas City:  Meyer Circle Gateway and Avenue of Trees Sculptures of Kansas City:  Married Love

Along Ward Parkway on the Country Club Plaza, two, six-foot tall bronze Chinese Warriors guard the entrance to the Sister Cities International Bridge.  The Chinese Warriors are bronze replicas of two concrete figures donated to Kansas City by Sister City X’ian, China when the bridge was commemorated in 2000.  The Bridge is a pedestrian walkway over Brush […]